Divorce Support for Men, based in ANTIOCH, was created by J Pitman in 1988. Pitman observed firsthand the conventional preference that women seemed to receive in divorce cases via three divorces in the 1960s and 1970s; loss of income and depletion of property with little care for the consequence of the father's absence from the children.
Pitman developed “Divorce Support for Men” as a result of this to promote a more balanced, fair, and practical approach to the issues men face during divorce.
After more than three decades, the courts have made significant progress in this area. Unfortunately, not all divorced couples have grown in their thinking in the same way.